The wine glass that ate Luxembourg

We knew that Ville-Haute was the premier shopping district in Luxembourg before we even visited the city. When we arrived, we learned that the shops would be open for a very special Sunday sale in June. That Sunday, Anita discovered the Villeroy & Boch store. It is, in her words, “a place of wonderful prettiness and stuff that I want.”

Today, we want to share her discovery on that day: the mostest wine glass ever. A goblet of manifestly Brobdingnagian proportions.

Pictured below, from left to right: the new glass, a standard 750ml wine bottle, and one of our old wine glasses.

The old wine glass holds, at full capacity, 450ml — well short of 16oz. The new glass holds much more than that. How much? We have a video to demonstrate the prodigious proportions of our new glassware.

That’s a full wine bottle, folks. Seven hundred and fifty milliliters, not a drop less. Yet another benefit of visiting the BBB&B: generous helpings.

Thanks to Neurowaxx for the music in the video above.

4 Comments to “The wine glass that ate Luxembourg”

  1. Sharon said...
    4 September 2009

    awesome!! I didn’t know that you had branched out to videos already.

  2. Keely said...
    10 September 2009

    That wine glass is wicked!!!! Be careful, my friend…

  3. free government grant said...
    16 December 2010

    found your site on today and really liked it.. i bookmarked it and will be back to check it out some more later

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